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at this year's super bowl. sports is straight ahead. >>> we'll tell you what nasa was up to last night with its latest launch. >>> and take a look at this controversial quilt displaying a lynching. you're watching "early today." >>> welcome back. it was a spectacular liftoff. nasa launched a new high-tech satellite into orbit from cape canaveral, florida. the new equipment will improve communication with the international space station and relay images captured by the hubble space telescope. >>> a quilt displaying a photograph of a lynched african-american woman is generating strong emotions with visitors at an indianapolis library. >> i get people out here all different kinds of colors, races and creed treating me bad because of stuff like this. >> i know it can be painful for some people. i know some people are angry. some people cry. >> the quilt is part of a collection of pieces that will be displayed through february and march. >>> controversy is brewing after school officials fired starter pistols during an emergency drill outside of chicago. some students were alarmed by the exercise mea
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what you nasa was up to last night with this latest launch. >>> take a look at this controversial quilt displaying a lynching. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. >>> i'm back with one of the big stories, the tough road ahead for chuck hagel, president obama's nominee for the next secretary of defense. joining us with insight, "washington post" reporter sean sullivan. hagel could face tough questions on afghanistan, troops, gays in the military and other issues. what should we watch to see if he'll make it past this confirmation? >> he'll certainly face a grilling from republicans on capitol hill today on, you know, the issues you mentioned, israel is another issue. you know, look for the way that he answers questions from democrats. a lot of republicans are going to oppose his nomination. but senators chuck schumer said that he's in favor of hagel. so if that can clear the way for other democrats to get onboard, that might be enough for him to clear the senate. >> another issue that we're watching out of d.c., president obama saying there is "no doubt that immigration reform and gun
the columbia disaster changed the culture of nasa. >> high clouds moving in. which day on the weekend, saturday or sunday will be the warmest with the specific temperatures. >>> the space community today paused to remember the seven astronauts killed on the space shuttle columbia, including one from the bay area. john fowler has obtained some of the last video of them just before the shuttle exploded. >> reporter: at nasa's kennedy space center memorial a solemn remembrance and recommitment. >> ten years ago it would have been easy to pull back from the frontier of space and say it was too miskey to pursue. instead we rededicated ourselves to improving. >> booster ignition and liftoff. >> reporter: improving a flawed launcher and a flawed nasa culture that failed to prevent the tragedy. external tank foam broke off on its launch. this time damaging columbia's wing. we obtained this video of the crew during a fateful reentry. bay area astronaut in the back prep a former nasa official reportedly said even if engineer history confirmed fatal damage, no one would have told the crew, that it was bet
that killed 26 people. today marks the ten year anniversary of the space shuttle columbia disaster. nasa held a special ceremony honoring the columbia crew.columbia disintegrated upon re-entry in 2003. it happened after a piece of insulating foam around the fuel tank broke off during the shuttle's launch. all seven astronauts on board were killed. in today's ceremony, nasa also honored the crews from two other deadly missions - challenger and apollo. north korea is trying to hide its progress as it gets ready to conduct a nuclear test. officials say the north is digging more tunnels at its main, nuclear test site. they also say the communist country is covering one of the today marks secretary of state hillary clinton's last day on the job. in addition to being secretary of state clinton is a former first lady, she was a senator and presidential candidate. she has logged nearly one million miles in the air since joining the state department four years ago. earlier this week, she told cnn, she is looking forward to sleeping in and getting some next we're checking in at the new york stock exc
to go forward and make the new discoveries in a time when nasa is dealing with budget cuts. >> you know, to us, we grew up, most of us in our company grew up watching apollo and it is an incredible legacy it is the equiv live nasa like lewis and clark. our job to find the edge and our job to do the industrial stuff and provide transportation and go out and help create the propellant and the materials to build. we want them to go to mars and do the fun stuff. we'll do the work and heavy lifting. >> how difficult of a mission will it be to get the resources from the asteroid. >> it will take a long time. even if you are mining it is 10-15 years. we'll start with the fire flies which are the little probes about the size of three laptops and robably 2015 and follow them with dragon flies. you might be picking up a theme there. they will bring back 25-50 pound and 2020 we'll send out the harvesters and they will bring back large multiton and put them in thoshit of the moon and that way if it falls down it will fall on the moon. >> it is groundbreaking work that you are doing and we'll keep c
members remember those lost astronauts and the moments that nasa broke the news. >> stay with us. fox 5 news at 10:00, just getting started.  [ dad ] find it? ya. alright, another one just like that. right in the old bucket. good toss! see that's much better! that was good. you had your shoulder pointed, you kept your eyes on your target. let's do it again -- watch me. just like that one... [ male announcer ] the durability of the volkswagen passat. pass down something he will be grateful for. good arm. that's the power of german engineering. ♪ back to you. here's a better idea. pillsbury grands! flaky layers biscuits in just 15 minutes the light delicate layers add a layer of warmth to your next dinner. pillsbury grands biscuits let the making begin. [ malcrrkkhshziiiizzlllee. to this symphony of flavor: beautiful. shhhhshshshshhshshhhhhsshhhshs. gorgeous! here comes the crescendo. kkerrrrbbuuuuuucraaackkk. just...incredible. pillsbury toaster strudel. if beethoven made breakfast. [ female announcer ] at yoplait, we want you to feel even better about your favorite flav
it is going to be, and if it hits us what kind of damage is it likely to do? >> well that's what nasa scientists are really going to be watching on this pass. next month on the 15th, this asteroid is going to swing just 17,000 miles away from earth at much lower than the navigation satellites and, that we use every day for tour phones and our gps. now it is not going to hit this time around, but such a close encounter of a rock this big, something like, 40 meters, meters wide, 50 meters wide, they haven't had this kind of a close encounter of a rock this size before. nasa will be watching it. scientists and astronomers will be tracking after it swings by to see how this close fly-by will change the orbit when it does come around again. martha: in your terms, these things happen, you know, every thousands of years, several thousands years. when was the last time something like this did actually make contact and what was the impact? >> well to give you some asteroid is about the same size as the rock that exploded over siberia in 1908. that event that leveled00 of square miles of land,
and wreath laying. members of the family, friends and nasa officials were on hand. i had an opportunity to sit down and talk with commander rick husband's widow. the past ten years have been anything but easy. ". >> reporter: "colombia" was 200,000 feet up when the spacecraft began to fall apart. unknown to nasa and the team, the shuttle had been damaged. a chunk of foam had come off in liftoff and punctured the wing. at the command center, rick husband's widow was thinking the worse. >> i was thinking is that it? is that the end of rick's life. >> reporter: seven sastronauts died that morning leaving behind family and friends. in an instance, she was a single mom with two young children, and without rick, it was hard. >> god created families to have a mom and dad. and so when rick left, he was a great dad. an amazing man. it was challenging to raise them as a single mom. >> reporter: there has been healing evelyn says, but it is not done. >> it is a lifelong process. i don't think that pain ever completely goes away, and perhaps the greatest memorial to "colombia" sits across the water
? some people might. we're going to tell you about it. >>brian: while you were asleep, nasa is embarking on a brand-new mission in space. the details next. [ male announcer ] when these come together, and these come together, one thing you can depend on is that these will come together. delicious and wholesome. some combinations were just meant to be. tomato soup from campbell's. it's amazing what soup can do. two. three. my credit card rewards are easy to remember with the bankamericard cash rewards credit card. earn 1% cash back everywhere, every time. [ both ] 2% back on groceries. [ all ] 3% on gas. no hoops to jump through. i earn more cash back on the things i buy the most. [ woman ] it's as easy as... one! -two. -[ all ] three! [ male announcer ] the bankamericard cash rewards credit card. apply online or at a bank of america near you. and i was told to call my next of kin. at 33 years old, i was having a heart attack. now i'm on a bayer aspirin regimen. [ male announcer ] be sure to talk to your doctor before you begin an aspirin regimen. i didn't know this could happen so young.
. >> you too. >>> one of the worst days in nasa history took place ten years ago today. it was on this date in 2003 that the space shuttle "columbia" broke up over texas during reentry. all seven astronauts were killed because unknown to them debris hit the shuttle wing during the launch. this morning, nasa pays tribute to the crew of "columbia" along with those killed in the "challenger" explosion and in a fire during an "apollo 1" test. a wreath is being placed at the memorial at the kennedy space center in florida. >>> the man who says he presented to be manti te'o's girlfriend is speaking out. why he decided to kill off the persona he created. he says it was partly because he was in love with te'o. >> me, ronaiah, i was hurting. it hit me like a brick wall. i was like, whoa, i've given so much to this. and i realized in that moment i poured so much into it that i, myself, wasn't getting nothing. and look at what i was left with. i was crying that morning, i was hurt, emotionally, all kinds of things took over. and so right then and there, i made the decision i can't do this thing anymor
to take down an out of control passenger on a plane. nasa space shuttles never left earth without it. >> i tell you, i think we'd be lost without duct tape up here. >> a bandit even used it when he robbed a liquor store. it's enough to give diapers a dirty name. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> you know that dogs are going to smell something. >> that's what i was just thinking, why, oh why, did these women, did anyone think they were going to be able to walk through an airport with cocaine on their tushies? >> put some tape on. >> i'm sure we can all feel bad, but i don't think 9, $10,000 is worth going to jail for a very long time. no more duct tape. >> you can always follow what's going on here in "the situation room." and we will be getting a lot of tweets. >> i'm sure about this last story, definitely. erin burnett "outfront" starts erin burnett "outfront" starts right now. -- captions by vitac -- www.vitac.com >>> the nra's flip-flop of background checks. why they say they're against them now. plus, bob -- and the man who fooled manti te'o comes clean and talks about his real romantic f
already gone off into private consulting on flight safety because i was tired of the way nasa was decaying. but people who were still there told me they wished they had the warning. if they had ten days warning, early in the flight, had seen the hole in the wing. that would have mobilized all their energies and the whole country's and the world's energies. they would have tried to find ways to macgyver the wing and find something on board to stick in the whole. they had to find ways to get the other ship that was being canted down into space sooner. and if they didn't have enough air on board, they would have found ways to get other rockets from other countries. and there were some available, to throw fly canisters up into space where the shuttle could have chased them down and grabbed them before the shuttle's own power ran out. those things might have happened. in hindsight, the accident investigation board looked at them and couldn't really figure out any way that was surely going to work. but they would have tried. >> yeah. >> well, a story that surrounds american heros who were lost d
for private citizens are being planned as early as next year. they are teaming up with nasa taking advantage of the open playing field and shared technology. >> regardless whatever reasons nasa has to attract and offer an entree to the private sector to come in and work with them, whatever those reasons are we don't really care. all we know is that the opportunities are here. >> reporter: opportunities that include expanding space programs for other countries. as the industry grows, competition will undoubtedly drive costs down. that presents other problems such as health concerns and government regulations. >> right now the faa only has regulatory authority for launches and reentries of commercial spaceflight. they can't regulate currently on-orbit activities. >> reporter: no doubt that the demand is there. virgin galactic has 500 people booked with deposits of 20,000 each to go into orbit. >> thank you, everybody. >> reporter: we know nasa headquarters both in houston and in florida. the private space race is really all over thewith the span new mexico and here in mojave in california. the
texas during a teleconference with nasa, a group of high school science students in texas recalled what they saw and what they heard. >> i actually still remember the day. i was getting ready to go, and we were waiting and we were about to leave until we heard this loud noise. >> there will be a wreath laying ceremony at kennedy space center where hundred of people gathered in 2003 for the landing that never happened. >>> an emergency landing for a passenger plane after the pilot passed out in the cockpit. the alaska airlines flight landed safely in portland after the first officer was forced to take over because the pilot was unconscious. the plane was on its way from los angeles to seattle when diverted. 160 people were on board at the time. no word on what caused the pilot to pass out. >>> medical researchers are telling doctors it is time to warn young patients about dangers found in energy drinks. pediatricians estimate 35% of american teens and adolescents drink the caffeinated beverages. the drinks are not fda regulated can cause palpitations, insomnia and anxiety and more danger
in various countries around the world. today, nasa wants you to look to the skies and remember that our attempt to conquer space, while wondrous and limitless, has caught this country 24 space pioneers. >> pilot william mccool, and mission specialist michael anderson. >> it was ten years ago today the nation lost seven of them when "columbia" broke apart during re-entry. in 1986, another seven astronauts died when "the challenger" space shuttle exploded after takeoff. and back in 1967, three astronauts died while training for the apollo one mission. a fire ignited inside a command module during the training. so today, nasa held a wreath laying ceremony in honor of the fallen, which also includes seven astronauts and test pilots who died in training. ♪ >> today is the day of remembrance. we remember the astronauts who took the daring step of accepting the challenge of space flight. and for the "columbia" crew, their mission was a fulfillment of their dreams. to have an adventure. >> the sorrow and impact of the tragedy of all of our families has been extreme. but just as a forest fire
. >>> so it's hurtling into orbit as we speak at this very moment. coming up, the story behind nasa's latest rocket launch. >>> also ahead, how one young woman's shooting death in chicago has radiated all the way to washington and actually beyond there as well. or that printing in color had to cost a fortune. nobody said an all-in-one had to be bulky. or that you had to print from your desk. at least, nobody said it to us. introducing the business smart inkjet all-in-one series from brother. easy to use. it's the ultimate combination of speed, small size, and low-cost printing. we don't let frequent heartburn come between us and what we love. so if you're one of them people who gets heartburn and then treats day after day... block the acid with prilosec otc and don't get heartburn in the first place! [ male announcer ] one pill each morning. 24 hours. zero heartburn. [heart beating] [heartbeat continues] [heartbeat, music playing louder] ♪ i'm feeling better since you know me... ♪ announcer: this song was created with heartbeats of children in need. find out how it can help fron
involved on shares of boeing. the department of defense and nasa are california testing a new type of aircraft that can access remote areas of the world that right now are not accessible. the limp like kraft could move more cargo than modern planes. taking food, supplies to disaster areas. 35 money in dollars has been spent so far on it. it looks like las vegas and not have a merry christmas. a drop in passengers arriving and departing from the city. 3.2 million passengers used the vegas airport last month, a drop from december of 2011. and that is your "west coast minute." dennis p. at dennis: let's turn back to that shocker on the gdp shrinking in the fourth quarter. cheryl: we have main street perspective. jeff: something easy and no other network, what is main street really thinking about these numbers. i am one main street. this is a shop called marseilles, a unique place. i will tell you why in just a moment. tallying up the trillions in stimulus that has led to this gdp number. there was a kkr report last we week, $7.7 trillion worth of stimulus. if you look at everything fr
got really into nasa because i got really into the right stuff. i read tom wolfe's book. i was really involved in the shuttle movement as a kid. i was a total astronaut freak. it was so devastating. and largely forgotten really in the culture along with the "columbia" disaster as well. people forget the first two shuttles were both tragically destroyed. >> that's right. >> i remember apollo one. >> that was before my time. >> john: apollo with grisham the second american in space. >> part of the problem was since his -- problem with the hatch on the mercury, they made it very difficult to open the hatch on the apollo capsule. they didn't have a minute. so that was one of the major changes they made. >> good morning to discuss on nasa tragedies. >> good morning, everybody! >> i would like to bring up something a little positive. do you remember back in 2009 when president obama was first sworn in and we heard about the secret g.o.p. strategy session in the caucus room? d.c. restaurant and all of the big republicans decanter, demint fisher-price guy came. they plotted how they would sab
passenger on a plane. nasa space shuttles never left earth without it. >> i tell you, i think we'd be lost without duct tape up here. >> a bandit even used it when he robbed a liquor store. it's enough to give diapers a dirty name. jeanne moos, cnn, new york. >> you know that dogs are going to smell something. >> that's what i was just thinking, why, oh why, did these women, did anyone think they were going to be able to walk through an airport with cocaine on their tushies? >> put some tape on. >> i'm sure we can all feel bad, but i don't think 9, $10,000 is worth going to jail for a very long time. no more duct tape. >> you can always follow what's going on here in "the situation room."
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